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Texas Tech Health Center Seeking Remote Patient Monitoring System

Proposed solutions must allow for the real-time remote monitoring of patient conditions on a daily basis, reduce acute care costs and increase continuity of care with regular data feeds.

The Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center (TTUHSC) has issued a request for proposals (RFP) for a remote patient monitoring solution.

Part of the Texas Tech University system, TTUHSC provides education, research development, patient care and community services programs to West Texas, which represents 50 percent of the state’s land mass and 11 percent of its total population.

Proposed solutions must allow for the real-time remote monitoring of patient conditions on a daily basis, reduce acute care costs and increase continuity of care with regular data feeds.

The requested platform should be accessible to both patients and clinicians and should support clinical pathways, data ingestion, standardization and normalization, data synchronization in real/near-real time, workflow automation, AI analytics, security, single sign-on, white labeling, a cloud platform housed on U.S.-based servers and more.

Patient-side interfaces should have direct cloud connectivity without the need for additional hardware, self-reporting, web access for non-smartphone users, family and caregiver access, multilingual capabilities, patient data views and bidirectional messaging, including video and audio, among other requirements.

The clinician-side experience should include a provider dashboard, clinical documentation, team communication, alerts, task lists, escalation paths, web and mobile access, bidirectional messaging, patient enrollment and consent and more.

Clinical decision support, care team access and additional support services are also included in the request.

More detailed information about RFP No. RFP_739-SL3551742, including a comprehensive list of all requested items and services, can be found online. The deadline for question submissions is Nov. 10. The due date for submissions is 4:30 p.m. Dec. 20. The RFP directs all questions to TTUHSC as the point of contact for this pre-solicitation notice.
Chandler Treon is an Austin-based staff writer. He has a bachelor’s degree in English, a master’s degree in literature and is currently pursuing a master’s degree in technical communication, all from Texas State University.